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Relational Systemic Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that is a meta theory and a clinical lens through which a therapist assesses and addresses an individuals personal concerns, in the context of their relationships and contextual surroundings .
MFT practitioners assess people with mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and illness. Additionally, MFT's may work with people who suffer from a wide variety of psychological, physical and relational symptoms including marital and couple conflict, parent and child conflict, addiction, grief, distress, and chronic illness, distress due to relocation, social economic and cultural barriers.
A registered marriage and family therapist is a mental health practitioner who, in addition to assessing psychological problems, applies systemic relational therapy to the family/cultural context. Systemic relational therapies grew out of marriage and family therapy. Registered Marriage and Family Therapists (RMFT's), hold a master’s degree or doctoral degree as well as specialized training that includes at least two years of 1,000 clinical hours and experience supervised by a marriage and family therapist. Upon completion of the necessary requirements. an MFT is permitted in Canada, to use the protected title " Registered Marriage and Family Therapist" (RMFT) .
In addition to finding a qualified MFT practitioner, it is important to work with someone you and your partner can trust and feel comfortable working with in a counselling environment.
RMFT's have been instrumental in establishing and maintaining the highest standards in Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision in Canada.
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